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THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN SUPREME COURT
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
FEDERATION OF ST. KITTS AND NEVIS
ST. CHRISTOPHER CIRCUIT
TITLE BY REGISTRATION ACT: CAP. 10.19
FIRSTCARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL BANK
LEMON GROVE COMPANY LIMITED
NOTICE OF SALE
The Properties described below will be offered for sale by The Registrar of The Supreme
Court by public auction at The Judicial and Legal Services Complex, East Independence
Square, Basseterre, St Kitts on Thursday the 23rd day of May, 2013 at 3.00 o'clock in the
The successful bidders will be required to pay at the time of sale a deposit of one fourth of
their accepted bid and the balance within one month from the day of sale.
Possession of the properties will be given to the purchaser on payment of the deposit. Any
taxes due on the said properties must be paid by the Purchaser.
The Purchaser will, after payment in full of the purchase price, obtain from the High Court
of Justice, Certificates of Title to the properties.
The Properties will be available for inspection prior to the date of sale by appointment with
the Registrar of the Supreme Court.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTIES
All Those lands and hereditaments situate in the town of Dieppe Bay in the Island of St.
Christopher of the extent of One Thousand five hundred and forty five square yards and
bounded as follows, that is to say: On the North and North East by the sea shore, On the
East by the Public Street, On the South partly by lands of the proprietors of the Estridge
Estate in the parish of Christ Church Nichola Town and partly by lands now in the occupa-
tion of Elizabeth Cannonier and On the West by the Public Road or Street;
All That lot piece or parcel of land situate at Caines Estate Yard in the Parish of Saint John
Capisterre in the island of Saint Christopher and bounded as follows, that is to say: On or
towards the North East partly by the Caribbean Sea 1233.3 feet and partly by lands of
Caines Estate 66.6 feet, On or towards the South East by Caines Pasture 638.8 feet, On or
towards the South West partly by the Island Main Road 734.27 feet and partly by lands of
Caines Estate 177 feet and On or towards the North West partly by lands of Caines Estate
189.5 feet and 188.1 feet and partly by other lands of Lemon Grove Company Limited 391.4
feet and containing by admeasurement 14.112 acres;
All That lot piece or parcel of land situate at Caines Pasture in the Island of Saint
Christopher and bounded and measuring as follows, that is to say: On or towards the North
East by the Caribbean Sea 224.09 feet, On or towards the South East partly by the
Caribbean Sea 35.41 feet and partly by other lands of Lemon Grove Company Limited
310.93 feet, On or towards the South West by Golden Lemon Hotel 15. 00 feet and On or
towards the North West partly by Golden Lemon Hotel and partly by the Caribbean Sea
560.98 feet and containing by admeasurement 1.366 acres; save and except the privately
owned properties namely Units No. A2, No. A1 and No. B4 of the Lemon Grove
The upset price for the above properties shall be:
(i) Caines Estate - US$5,461,636.50 - Same being Register Book N2 Folio 172
(ii) Golden Lemon Inn & Villas - US$2,439,488.00 - Same being Register Book R1 Folio 113
and Register Book N2 Folio 173 save and except Condominiums No. A2; No. A1 and No. B4
of the Lemon Grove Condominium Development.
Dated the 3rd day of April 2013
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Mother' s Day Menu
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seeks professional persons
in the following areas:
Candidates with PLEA, TIBOSH
and ISSOW certification would
be given preference.
Applications should be sent to:
A Debe mother accused of trafficking cocaine
will spend Mother s Day in prison.
Seema Ramlochan, 31, of Wellington Gardens,
was yesterday denied bail for a second time.
"This is a serious offence," said San Fernando
Senior Magistrate Indra Ramoo-Haynes as she
remanded Ramlochan to the Women s Prison in
Police alleged that Ramlochan tried to post, via
FedEx, a package containing a textbook which had
cocaine in it. The cocaine weighed .88 kilogrammes.
Ramlochan, a cleaner at a secondary school, was
arrested on Thursday morning by officers from the
Organised Crime, Narcotics and Firearm Unit at the
FedEx office at Carlton Centre, San Fernando.
Hours later, Ramlochan appeared before Second
Court Magistrate Rae Roopchan. She was not called
upon to plead. The prosecution produced the textbook
with the cocaine and an invoice in court.
Ramlochan s attorney, Quincy Marshall, said she
suffered from gallstones and had to seek medical
treatment while in police custody.
However, she was denied bail after police pros-
ecutor Sgt Russell Ramoutar objected to the ground
that they wanted her traced.
Yesterday, Ramlochan appeared in the First Court
because the Second Court magistrate was absent.
In applying for bail, Marshall said Ramlochan s
health had taken "a turn for the worse." He said
Ramlochan asked prison officials to take her for
medical treatment but she was refused.
Marshall also said Ramlochan was a single parent
and her teenage daughter has had to fend for herself
since Ramlochan s arrest. Ramlochan was also a
first-time offender, he said.
The prosecutor disclosed a FedEx invoice and
weigh bill, both in the name of the accused, two
copies of the accused s identification card and inter-
view notes given to the complainant.
Without asking the prosecution s position, Ramoo-
Haynes denied bail.
Marshall asked to see the information, but the
magistrate said her policy was that attorneys had
to go downstairs to view the information in the
presence of a clerk of the peace. The magistrate told
Ramlochan of her right to apply to a judge in cham-
bers for bail and adjourned the matter to June 7.
TREMAINE SOCA WARNER
The European Union (EU)
will continue to work together
with its partners in the
Caribbean to address issues
relating to climate change, sus-
tainable development and the
fight against transnational
crime, Charge d Affaires of
T&T s EU Delegation, Daniela
She made the comment dur-
ing an EU reception in celebra-
tion of Europe Day (May 9) in
the Casablanca Ballroom at
MovieTowne, Port-of-Spain, on
During her address, Tra-
macere said the EU has enabled
its citizens to attain unprece-
dented standards of living and
prosperity, in which shared
problems have led to collective
"With the Caribbean, we have
been building on our historical
heritage and our aim is to har-
ness an already strong and
mature political relationship
based on mutual interest in a
rapidly globalising world," she
said. Tramacere said the fight
against transnational crime was
an area of common interest
between the EU and the
Caribbean, adding that its col-
lateral effects were causing "sig-
nificant difficulties in both sub-
She said the EU, along with
its member states, was the
largest donor of developmental
aid, providing more than 60 per
cent of the total overseas devel-
opment assistance. In T&T, she
said, the EU s committed grants
have surpassed more than 100
million euros over the last five
Tramacere said despite the
financial constraints in Europe
at present, the EU was commit-
ted to partnering with T&T
because the two shared similar
values and interests.
"We have an interest in T&T
to have a competitive, open,
transparent economy and trans-
parent governance, because
these are the basis for invest-
ments to grow and for a part-
nership to flourish," she said.
Also addressing the gathering,
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston
Dookeran congratulated the EU
on having been awarded the
Nobel Peace Prize late last year
for the promotion of peace and
reconciliation for over six
decades. He said the integration
movement in Europe had pro-
vided an impetus for the
Caribbean region, as it currently
aims to establish a convergence
"that embraces the many lan-
guages, cultures and heritages
of the region."
Dookeran recalled that after
T&T obtained independence in
1962, many of the leading coun-
tries of Europe had acknowl-
edged this major step and estab-
lished relations in Port-of-Spain.
"Since then we have seen the
growing and deepening rela-
tionship over the years on several
fronts, including education,
energy, culture, tourism, heath
and security," he said.
EU commits to working with regional partners...
T&T gets $100m in
grants over 10 years
Mother's Day in jail
for Debe mom
Charge d' Affairs of the Delegation of the European Union Daniela
Tramacere, left, and Foreign Affairs Minister Winstion Dookeran
toast on the occasion of Europe Day 2013 at a reception hosted by
Tramacere at the Casablanca Ballroom, Movietowne on Thursday.
PHOTO ANDRE ALEXANDER.
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